Facebook video goes iPhone and iPad compatible with H.264
Speaking of Facebook, it looks like they've joined the growing list of sites that are now providing
HTML5 video for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad compatible playback. UPDATE: As noted in the comments, Faceboo
That list now includes YouTube and Vimeo, TED, Brightcove-powered sites such as New York Times and Time Magazine, CBS.com (in trial form),
Good news for us and for Apple, not great news for Adobe on the video front, as yet another reason for needing Flash bites the dust.
And boy does Hulu look like last-mover these days...
[MacStories via Redmond Pie]
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